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UNL Ph.D. student Amanda Fujikawa's research in the Nebraska Sandhills shows that long-held beliefs in forensic entomology may need revision.
UNL Ph.D. student Amanda Fujikawa's research in the Nebraska Sandhills shows that long-held beliefs in forensic entomology may need revision.

UNL doctoral student finds investigative theory may be flawed

Amanda Fujikawa, a graduate student at UNL, wanted to better understand how large dead animals effect local environments. So she went out to the Nebraska Sandhills to find out. What she learned was completely unexpected. Continue reading…

Originally published September 25, 2012 - Submit an Item